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Zimbabwe, Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital, Harare, Manicaland Province, 20 December 2017.  WFP is supporting efforts to reduce stunting rates of children in prioritized districts by 2025, in line with national and global targets. The goal is to improve the diets of young children to increase access to low-cost fortified foods, reduce stunting and micronutrient deficiencies among children aged from 6 months to 2 years, and optimize the Government’s nutrition programming.  In the Photo: WFP is supporting nutrition recovery for more than 3000 malnourished children in the country.   Photo: WFP/Tatenda Macheka
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Zimbabwe, Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital, Harare, Manicaland Province, 20 December 2017.  WFP is supporting efforts to reduce stunting rates of children in prioritized districts by 2025, in line with national and global targets. The goal is to improve the diets of young children to increase access to low-cost fortified foods, reduce stunting and micronutrient deficiencies among children aged from 6 months to 2 years, and optimize the Government’s nutrition programming.  In the Photo: WFP is supporting nutrition recovery for more than 3000 malnourished children in the country.   Photo: WFP/Tatenda Macheka
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Zimbabwe, Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital, Harare, Manicaland Province, 20 December 2017.  WFP is supporting efforts to reduce stunting rates of children in prioritized districts by 2025, in line with national and global targets. The goal is to improve the diets of young children to increase access to low-cost fortified foods, reduce stunting and micronutrient deficiencies among children aged from 6 months to 2 years, and optimize the Government’s nutrition programming.  In the Photo: WFP is supporting nutrition recovery for more than 3000 malnourished children in the country.   Photo: WFP/Tatenda Macheka
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Leila Mohammed, 23 and her daughter Yasmin Yuhanna, 23 month-old daughter are benefitting from WFP’s Targeted Supplenentary Feeding Programme supported by European Commission.  Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Families uprooted from their homes due to the ongoing conflict in the country gather at a food distribution site in Wau.   Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Families uprooted from their homes due to the ongoing conflict in the country gather at a food distribution site in Wau.   Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Cecilia Akon at a WFP food distribution centre in the Cathedral grounds where she sought refuge following violence in her village of Taban.   Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Families uprooted from their homes due to the ongoing conflict in the country gather at a food distribution site in Wau.  Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: Stacks of WFP food assistance at a WFP food distribution site organized at the Roman Catholic Cathedral church grounds in Wau town, some 640 km north-west of the capital Juba in the restive Western Bahr el Ghazal State.  Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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South Sudan. Wau, Bahr el Ghazal. 16 December 2017.  Since July 2016, the World Food Programme (WFP) and its partners have distributed food and nutrition supplements to displaced people in need, made possible due to vital funding from donors like the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO). WFP provides monthly rations of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil and salt. In addition, children under five years and pregnant and lactating women receive supplementary nutritious food to prevent malnutrition.  In the Photo: People sit whilst listening to a pre-distribution address at the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Wau some 640 km north-west of the capital Juba in the restive Western Bahr el Ghazal State.  Photo: WFP/Getahun Amogne
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Vladimir Jovcev from WFP  look on as porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain disembark a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: A WFP delegation talks to the captain of the WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: A WFP delegation talks to the captain of the WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Berbera, Somaliland 13 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements today and require urgent humanitarian assistance, with 800,000 on the brink of famine. Another 3.3 million Somalis need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.  An estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished, including 87,000 who are severely malnourished and face a high risk of disease and death.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security.   In the Photo: Porters load food aid onto a WFP cargo ship, Levroso, in Berbera port, Somaliland WFP is implementing a Mother and Child Health and Nutrition programme in partnership with UNICEF to prevent both acute and chronic malnutrition in children under the age of two years. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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